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Adult Education Block Grant
Webinar
September 11, 2015
http://ab86.cccco.edu
Agenda for Today
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MOE & Consortia allocations update
Block Grant Process Steps
AB104 Background –Membership & decision making
Fiscal Agent & Project Chair
Adult Education Block Grant Reporting Toolkit
3 Year Consortium Plan Amendment
Annual Plan Template
Adult Education Fund Sources
Summit Update And Technical Training
Next Steps
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MOE & Regional Allocations
• MOE is being released.
• Regional Consortia Formula – has been posted
and is in process for release.
• Allocation variables and census data will be
posted soon.
• The AE Block Grant started July 1, 2015.
MOE Allocations
• LEAs are required to fulfill the following criteria in order to receive an
apportionment:
• Per EC Section 84908(a)(1), be a member of a consortium.
• Per EC Section 84906(a), have approved an adult education plan that
addresses that fiscal year, with detailed information as specified in EC
Section 84906(b).
• Per EC Section 84913, use these funds on only the seven following
areas:
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Elementary and secondary basic skills, including classes required for a high school
diploma;
Programs for immigrants eligible for educational services in citizenship, English as a
second language, and workforce preparation;
Programs for adults, including older adults, for entry or reentry into the workforce;
Programs for adults, including older adults, to develop knowledge and skills to assist
elementary and secondary school children to succeed academically;
Programs for adults with disabilities;
Short term career technical educational programs with high employment potential;
Programs offering pre-apprenticeship training, in coordination with apprenticeship
program(s), as specified.
AEBG Process Steps
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January 2015 – Governor’s Budget
Feb-March – Legislative Hearings
May 2015 – May Revise
June 2015 – New Budget Language
July 1, 2015 – AB104 Adult Education Block
Grant
• July 20, 2015 – Board of Governor’s Approval
• July 31, 2015 – Final MOE certification
$337M
AEBG Process Steps (cont.)
• July – August, 2015 - Chancellor's completed an Interagency Agreement
to move $337M to CDE.
• August 2015 - CDE released the MOE ($337M) via apportionment to K12/COEs.
• August 2015 - CDE, State Board of Education, Chancellor, and DOF
develop a regional formula allocation ($163M) to the regional consortia.
• September 2015 - CDE and the Chancellor work jointly to release
consortia funding via apportionment to Consortia fiscal agents.
• Between now and October - Consortia that do not have a fiscal agent or
are undecided will have to wait. Hopefully they will decide on a fiscal
agent or if they opt out of a fiscal agent - develop the allocation
schedule for members so the CDE and Chancellor can apportion funds
correctly.
Membership
84905: The Chancellor and Superintendent, with the advice of the
executive director, shall approve, for each consortium, rules and
procedures that adhere to all of the following conditions:
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Any CCD, SD, or CoE, or any JPA consisting of CCDs, SDs, CoEs, or a
combination of these, located within the boundaries of the AE
region shall be permitted to join the consortium as a member.
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As a condition of joining a consortium, a member shall commit to
reporting any funds available to that member for purposes of
education and workforce services for adults and the uses of those
funds.
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A member of the consortium shall be represented only by an
official designated by the governing board of the member.
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94916 - Membership
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CCDs, SDs, CoEs, and JPAs must be members of
the consortium if they receives funds from:
• Adults in Correctional Facilities Programs;
• WIOA, Title II;
• Carl D. Perkins CTE Act;
• LCFF apportionments for students 19+;
• CCD apportionment
• State funds for remedial ed and job training
for CalWORKS participants.
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Decision-Making
84905…
• Decision making procedures are specified that ensure that all of the
following conditions are satisfied:
• All members shall participate in any decision made by the
consortium.
• A proposed decision is considered at an open, properly noticed
public meeting of the consortium at which members of the public
may comment.
• The consortium has provided the public with adequate notice of a
proposed decision and considered any comments submitted by
members of the public, and any comments submitted by
members of the public have been distributed publicly.
• A decision is final.
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Adult Education Block Grant Reporting Toolkit
• 3 year Consortium Plan amendment
template
• Annual Plan Template for 2015-16
• Grant Face Sheet template
• Governance Template
• AB104 Member Allocation Form
• Adult Education Funding Charts
• Toolkit Instructions / Forms
• Training Dates / Regional Workshops
Amended 3 Year Consortium Plan - Instructions
• 2.1: This Executive Summary will form the backdrop for the State
Agency’s understanding of your planning for the three years of
AB104 funding.
• 2.3a, b, c, d, and e: These are new elements included in AB104
and were not have been addressed in the AB86 Plans.
Descriptions of your efforts in these areas are needed in order to
adapt your AB86 Final Plan to AB104 requirements, per the
legislative mandate.
• 2.3f and g: These elements were described in your AB86 Final
Plan. You have the option to provide any updates you feel are
relevant for understanding your consortium’s overall AB104 AEBG
Three-Year Plan and subsequent Annual Plan for 2015-16.
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3 Year Plan Amendment – Page 1
Section 2: Three-Year Plan Summary
2.1 Provide an Executive Summary of your consortium’s AB86/104
Plan vision and goals (updated as appropriate). You can attach
your summary or enter it below. Please see the Guidance
document for attachment instructions.
• 2.2 Provide updates and changes to your submitted AB86 Final
Plan regarding Objectives 1 and 2. It is not necessary to reiterate
or attach these sections from your AB86 Final Plan to this
document. You can attach your description or enter it below.
Please see the Guidance document for attachment instructions.
• NOTE: The updates shall include data and changes regarding the
seven program areas in AB104 (5 of which were in AB86):
3 Year Plan Amendment – Page 2-3
2.3
• 2.3a Placement of adults (including but not limited to older adults)
seeking education and workforce services (REQUIRED)
• 2.3b Programs offering pre-apprenticeship training conducted in
coordination with one or more apprenticeship programs approved by
the Division of Apprenticeship Standards. (REQUIRED)
• 2.3c Programs for adults (including but not limited to older adults) that
are primarily designed to develop knowledge and skills to assist
elementary and secondary school children to succeed academically in
school. (REQUIRED)
• 2.3d Collection and availability of data (REQUIRED)
• 2.3e Qualifications of instructors (including common standards across
entities) (REQUIRED)
3 Year Plan Amendment – Page 3
• 2.3f Alignment of academic content and curricula
(OPTIONAL)
• 2.3g Alignment of educational services supported
by this grant (OPTIONAL)
• Signed off by consortium membership
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16
Section One - Consortium/Member Contact Information,
Organizational Chart, and Fiscal structure description
Section Two - Executive Summary describing how your 2015-2016
activities help you achieve the outcomes envisioned in your 3year Consortium Plan.
Section Three - Separate spreadsheet for funding by member
rolled up to consortium – includes Allocation schedule
Section Four - Action Plan by objective/activity
Section Five – Estimated Budget by Objectives
Section Six - Baseline & targets for measures, and a description of
regional assessment & data collection practices.
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 2
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Section 2: Plan Summary for Program Year 2015-16
2.1: Keeping in mind the vision and goals described in your AB86 Final Plan
which was updated and summarized in your AB104 AEBG Three Year Plan,
describe where you intend to be in realizing that vision and those goals by the
end of the 2015-16 program year.
In this space here, provide a narrative summary of what the main characteristics
of your Consortium system of what your Adult Education system will look like
after your first year of efforts.
The elements of this are expected to include (but are not limited to): description
the milestones you expect to have achieved by the end of year-one and how
they tie into the three-year vision and goals described in your AB104 AEBG
Three-Year Plan, and shows how the Members of the Consortium are included
and collaborating to achieve these milestones.
NOTE: The Executive Summary for each Consortium will be posted on the
AEBG website and included in the Fall Report to the Legislature. If this
intended audience were to look at your regional Adult Education system in June
2016, what characteristics would they see and hear about?
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 3
• Section 3: Consortium Services and Funding
Allocations
• 3.1 Please identify the types of services your
Consortium will provide, and the funding that will go to
support these efforts. Information about levels of
service will be gathered in Section 6. Using the Section
3 Workbook linked here, there are spreadsheets for
each Consortium. The spreadsheets will automatically
be totaled together to provide the Consortium level
figures on the Roll-up Page of the Workbook.
• Next slide - screen shot of member spreadsheet tab .
AB104 Member Allocation Form – Table 1
Table 1: Consortium Membership and AEBG Regional Allocations
Regional Consortium AEBG
Allocation
Remaining
Consortium
Allocation
MOE
<member name>
$0
$0
<member name>
$0
$0
<member name>
$0
$0
<member name>
$0
$0
<member name>
$0
$0
<member name>
$0
$0
Total
$0
$0
AB104 Member Allocation Form – Table 2
Table 2. Consortium Table by Program Type and Fund Source
Regional Consortium AEBG
Allocation
Remaining
Consortium
Allocation
MOE
WIOA Title II
(Adult
Education &
Literacy)
Adult Perkins
CalWorks
CCD
Apportionme
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LCFF*
Adults in
Jail**
Total
Adult Education (ABE, ASE, Basic Skills)
$0
English as a second language
$0
Pre-apprenticeship training
$0
Career and Technical Education
$0
Adults training to support child school
success
$0
Older Adults in the workforce
$0
Services for Adults with Disabilities
$0
Total
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
AB104 Member Allocation Form – Table 3
Table 3. Consortium Member Table by Objective and Fund Source
Regional Consortium AEBG
Allocation
Remaining
Consortium
Allocation
MOE
WIOA Title II
(Adult
Education &
Literacy)
Adult Perkins
CalWorks
CCD
Apportionme
nt
LCFF*
Adults in
Jail**
Total
Obj. 3: Seamless Transition
$0
Obj. 4: Gaps in Services
$0
Obj. 5: Accelerated Learning
$0
Obj. 6: Professional Development
$0
Obj. 7: Leveraging structures
$0
Total
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 4
• Section 4: Overview of 2015-16 Action Plans
• The activities carried out by Consortia around the state to achieve
the vision and goals and objectives of Partnering for a Strong
California Workforce is a valuable opportunity to learn about
what works, what doesn’t work, where and with whom, and to
identify ways to improve systems everywhere.
• The state will be as interested in what can be learned through
your efforts regarding the outcomes for students as a result of
implementation of your plan. What you learn from your activities
will be part of the report supplied at the end of the program year.
• The AB86 Objectives 3-7, which form the basis for the AB104
goals and activities, have been adapted to the current AB104
context. For the original text, please refer to your AB86 Plan.
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 4.1
• 4.1 Objective #3: Integrate existing programs and create seamless
transitions into postsecondary education or the workforce.
• 4.1a. Provide a description of your Regional Assessment Plan, i.e. how
students will be appraised, placed, assessed, etc. into the regional adult
system, as they progress, and as they move among the various schools.
What tools and vendors will you be using for these activities?
• 4.1b Describe how you will track student enrollment, demographics,
and performance. What system(s) will you be using? How will you
collect the data from the student/classroom level? How will this system
enable you to meet the targeted program outcomes?
• 4.1c List other activities to integrate existing programs and create
seamless transitions into postsecondary education and/or the
workforce.
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 4.2-4.3
• 4.2 Objective #4: Activities to address the gaps identified in
Objective 1 (evaluation of current levels and types of adult
education programs within its region, and Objective 2
(evaluation of current needs for adult education programs
within the Consortium’s region.), updated in your Updated
AB104 3-year Plan.
• 4.3 Objective #5: Employ approaches proven to accelerate a
student’s progress toward his or her academic or career
goals, such as contextualized basic skills and career
technical education, and other joint programming strategies
between adult education and career technical education.
Annual Plan Template for 2015-16 – Section 4.4-4.5
• 4.4 Objective #6: Collaborate in the provision of ongoing
professional development opportunities for faculty and
other staff to help them achieve greater program
integration and improve student outcomes.
• 4.5 Objective #7: Leverage existing regional structures,
including, but not limited to, with local workforce
investment areas.
Section 5: Estimated Budget by Objective
• Provide an estimate of the budget the Consortium will plan
to expend in order to carry out the activities (including
those not listed above) for each Objective. It is understood
that these figures will change over the course of
implementation, so this would be your best estimate at this
time.
Section 5: Estimated Budget by Objective
Consortium Member Rollup Table by Objective and Fund Source
Obj. 3: Seamless
Transition
Member Name
Regional
Consortium
AEBG
Allocation
Obj. 5: Accelerated
Learning
Obj. 6: Professional
Development
Obj. 7: Leveraging
structures
MOE
Remaining
Consortium
Allocation
Adult Perkins
WIOA Title II (Adult Education
& Literacy)
CalWorks
LCFF (19 & older)
CCD Apportionment
Adults in Jail (K-12/COE Only)
Total
Obj. 4: Gaps in
Services
EXAMPLE
Total
Section 6.1: Levels of Service and Assessment of
Effectiveness
• 6.1: Provide a roll up for all Consortium Member
organizations of the number of student served in Program
Year 2013-14 by program, as identified in your AB86 Final
Plan. Estimates are acceptable for the new AB104
categories:
– Adults training to support child school success
– Older Adults in the workforce
– Students un pre-apprenticeship programs
• Then provide an projected target number of students that
you hope to serve in Program Year 2015-16. Program Year
2015-16 will establish a new baseline for performance
evaluation over the course of the AB104 3-Year Plan.
Section 6.1: Levels of Service and Assessment of
Effectiveness
Number of students served, by program type
Adult Education (ABE, ASE, Basic Skills)
English as a second language
Pre-apprenticeship training
Career and Technical Education
Adults training to support child school success
Older Adults in the workforce
Adults with Disabilities
Total
Baseline for 2013-14
from AB86 Final Plan
Target for
2015-2016
Notes
Section 6.2: Levels of Service and Assessment of
Effectiveness
• 6.2: Reflecting on your past performance achievement, set a
target for each of the performance measures in this chart.
Program Year 2015-16 will establish a new baseline for
performance evaluation over the course of the Three Year
Plan.
• These performance measures are based on AB104
performance measures for effectiveness and align with the
Federal Adult Education program in WIA/WIOA, Title II
performance measures that are available to date.
Section 6.2: Levels of Service and Assessment of
Effectiveness
Performance Measures
For WIOA students - % that make substantive gains in literacy (as established
by WIA test protocol) for those who had this goal during the current program
year.
For Non-WIOA students - % that achieve course completion for those who had
this goal during the current program year.
% Completion of HSD or Equivalent, for those who had this goal during the
current program year.
% Transition from K-12 adult to post-secondary.
% Transition from non-credit to credit in post-secondary.
% Attain Pell Grant eligibility (including Ability to Benefit eligibility)
% Completion of post-secondary certifications, degrees, or training programs,
for those who had this goal during the current program year.
% Placed in jobs, for those who had this goal during the current program year.
% With increased wages, for those who had this goal during the current
program year.
Target for 20152016
Notes
Section 6.3: Levels of Service and Assessment of
Effectiveness
• 6.3 List and describe any additional measures your
Consortium will be tracking in order to gauge the impact of
the Consortium’s plan efforts (Optional). This information
may help others as we continuous improve our systems
across the state. Response to this item is optional.
• 6.4 List and describe the approaches or measures you as a
Consortium will be looking at to evaluate the effectiveness
of your Consortium. (Required). Are there other actions or
qualities you will look at to assess the effectiveness of your
own Consortium, and/or that you would recommend to the
state?
AEBG Summit 2015
Save the Date
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September 24-25, 2015 – Sacramento CA.
Sheraton Grand – 1230 J Street.
9/24– 8:30am registration.
9/25– end at 12:00 noon.
Hotel/travel/incidentals on your own.
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AEBG Adult Education
Regional Planning Summit Agenda
Thursday, September 24, 2015
8:30 – 10:00
Registration
10:00 – 12:00
Morning Plenary Program
Federal Perspective: DoE on California’s leading role in shaping adult education
“AEBG in Perspective”
State Perspective: CCCCO and CDE on the AEBG Journey
Field Perspective: CLASP on the landscape of adult career pathways initiatives
12:00 – 1:15
Lunch and unguided networking
1:15 – 3:30
Breakout Sessions
Concurrent breakouts in three tracks
“AEBG Implementation”
 Technical Assistance
 Submitted presentations
 Facilitated Sharing Circles
TBA
4:00 – 5:00
Afternoon Plenary Session
5:00
Official program adjourns
5:30 – 7:30
Social Hour “Making Connections” Optional networking opportunity
AEBG Adult Education
Regional Planning Summit Agenda
Friday, September 25, 2015
7:30 – 8:30
Breakfast
8:30 – 9:30
Morning Plenary Session
Featuring keynote by Chris Benner
“Strong California Workforce”
9:30 – 9:45
Break
9:45 – 10:45
Breakout Sessions
“AEBG Implementation”
10:45 – 11:00
Break
11:00 – 12:00
Closing Plenary Program
Concurrent breakouts in three tracks
 Technical Assistance
 Submitted presentations
 Facilitated Sharing Circles
Featuring panel discussion by top CCCCO and CDE officials
“The Road Ahead”
12:00
Official program adjourns
Grab and go lunch
Technical Training Workshops
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Scheduled for Sept- Oct.
Three in Southern Ca (Sept/Oct.)
One for the Central Valley (Fresno) (Sept.)
Two for the Sacramento Valley (Sept.)
One for the Bay Area (Oct.)
AEBG Summit (Sept.)
Registration link for regional workshops in
newsletter.
Next Steps / Deliverables
• Finish up on your Governance Plan
• Look at your regional allocation amount for 15-16
• Look for Adult Education Block Grant Reporting
Toolkit – today or tomorrow.
• Begin work on the toolkit deliverables
• September Summit event
• Training/technical assistance
• Deadline is 10/31/15 (but can submit sooner).
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